Shiv Niwas Palace

The crescent-shaped palace was built in the early 20th century, in the reign of Maharana Fateh Singh (period of reign: 1884-1930), and has been meticulously maintained and preserved for guests like you.

The palace was reserved exclusively for visiting dignitaries and guests of the House of Mewar. Today it is a Grand Heritage Palace for guests, combining the elegance of the last century with modern 21st century amenities.

Shiv Niwas Palace offers beautiful, yet differing suites and rooms to choose from 17 individually decorated suites carry original furniture and portraits that have been with the royal family for generations. All the suites look out onto the natural panorama of Udaipur. Unparalleled splendor and spaciousness characterise each room. Guests to Shiv Niwas Palace like to return time and again. The hospitality is unchanged from the not-so-distant times when Shiv Niwas Palace was a royal guesthouse. The distinctive character of Shiv Niwas Palace contributes substantially to the success of events of all types. Events benefit from a unique combination of history, luxury, impressive architecture, personalised service and the finest cuisine.

 
 


Rooms Type

  • Palace Room
  • Palace
  • Imperial Suite
  • Terrace suite
   


Drink and Dine

Paantya, Shiv Niwas Palace
Paantya, (a Mewari word meaning ‘sitting in line, in protocol') is the multi-cuisine restaurant, adorned with original paintings of the Mewar School, gold latticework and antique chandeliers. Due to the Palace Complex's undulating topography, the restaurant is elevated and provides a magnificent view of the city. The Paantya offers a selection of Continental, Mughlai, and authentic Rajasthani cuisine.


The Pool Deck, Shiv Niwas Palace
A candlelit dinner at the Pool Deck, with soft strains of light instrumental music; it makes for timeless perfect evening with your loved one. During the day, a variety of snacks and drinks can also be enjoyed at the poolside.


Panera, Shiv Niwas Palace
Panera bar, with its authentic décor of glass inlay work, huge chandeliers and ornate mirrors, offers a wide selection of snacks and drinks, and is by The Pool Deck. The name ‘Panera' is derived from paani or water, and refers to the storehouse for water and liquor in the royal household.


Palki Khana, Shiv Niwas Palace
After a long walk through The City Palace Museum, refresh yourself at the Palki Khana or the Pavilion for Palanquins at Manek Chowk. This European-style café offers a relaxed and informal ambience. The coffee bar and heritage liqueurs are highly recommended. Relish a sumptuous meal at a special price, packaged with the Mewar Sound and Light Show.

 
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